Rabbi Shimon Schwab, was the spiritual leader of Khal Adath Jeshurun in Washington Heights, NY. He studied with Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch and in the Lithuanian Yeshiva, served as a rabbi in Nazi Germany, until he was called to serve the the German kehillahs in Baltimore and New York. He became the moral voice of American Orthodoxy, eloquently demanding integrity and idealism - and succeeding because he made the same demands of himself. He always went upward, drawing his listeners after him.
Moshe Schwab, the eldest son of the Rav, has collected his father's last teachings in this magnificent volume. With this book as a took, our daily conversations with the Creator will be immeasurably enriched.
- By Rabbi Shimon Schwab
- Edited by Moshie Schwab
- (576 Pages)Publisher: Mesorah, 2001